The Clement brothers. Lewis is on the left and Stephen is on the right. When this tin type photograph was taken, Stephen was 23 years old and Lewis 21. Lewis was a doctor in Bradford and he married Rachel Howard, the daughter of Allen Howard, who lived on the 6th Line.
Artist Davis' drawing of the Hipwell Store (Doeler's General Store) in Bond Head. The Hipwell Store was built in 1881 on the land of Joel Robinson's first general store (est. 1828). The previous store was destroyed by fire.
Late Mrs. (John) Stibbs, her daughter, Florence (Mrs. Geo. Fogel) and son, Norman. The late Walter Probert was the sign painter. The sign in the window offers "$50 reward for Robber", as stated by Mrs. Fogel in later years. S.S. McKenzie owned the storefront later. Walter Probert was the sign painter.